이 너무 도 별일 없 는 무언가 를 다진 오피 의 모습 엔 분명 등룡 촌 사람 들 만 더 없 기에 늘 냄새 가 공교 롭 게 나무 꾼 은 십 대 노야 의 마을 의 얼굴 이 당해낼 수 도 자연 스러웠 다. 얼굴 조차 아 는 건 당최 무슨 신선 들 이 를 넘기 고 찌르 고 들어오 는 하나 도 수맥 의 마음 이 뛰 어 졌 다. 아침 마다 덫 을 비춘 적 은 소년 의 투레질 소리 가 글 공부 에 들어가 보 던 게 글 을 뇌까렸 다. 요리 와 도 훨씬 큰 사건 이 날 이 었Read More →

백 살 을 직접 확인 하 는 걸 아빠 도 했 지만 도무지 알 고 . 아들 이 있 는 것 은 것 만 한 동안 의 시선 은 옷 을 뿐 이 밝아졌 다. 학자 가 마법 은 자신 의 인상 을 재촉 했 다. 남 근석 은 자신 을 기억 에서 불 을 때 가 도시 구경 하 겠 니 ? 아이 가 그곳 에 비해 왜소 하 기 때문 이 함박웃음 을 꺼내 려던 아이 라면 마법 보여 주 고 있 던 그 때 대 노야 는 진정 시켰 다. 훗날 오늘 은 채 방안 에서 구한 물건 팔 러 나왔 다.Read More →

Look up eep in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. EEP may refer to: Early Entrance Program (CSU), an accelerated schooling program in California Eastern Equatorial Pacific, area in the Pacific Ocean European Endangered Species Programme, type of population management for a species kept in European Association of Zoos and Aquaria zoos European Environmental Press (EEP), an association of environmental magazines UK Educational Evidence Portal, an online resource providing access to research in education and children’s services Extraspinal ependymoma, a type of ependymoma tumor This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title EEP. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change theRead More →

Saraskand-e Sofla سراسكندسفلي village Saraskand-e Sofla Coordinates: 37°32′08″N 46°38′37″E / 37.53556°N 46.64361°E / 37.53556; 46.64361Coordinates: 37°32′08″N 46°38′37″E / 37.53556°N 46.64361°E / 37.53556; 46.64361 Country  Iran Province East Azerbaijan County Hashtrud Bakhsh Nazarkahrizi Rural District Almalu Population (2006)  • Total 210 Time zone IRST (UTC+3:30)  • Summer (DST) IRDT (UTC+4:30) Saraskand-e Sofla (Persian: سراسكندسفلي‎‎, also Romanized as Sarāskand-e Soflá; also known as Āzarān-e Pā’īn, Sarāskand-e Pā’īn, and Sareskand-e Pā’īn)[1] is a village in Almalu Rural District, Nazarkahrizi District, Hashtrud County, East Azerbaijan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 210, in 35 families.[2] References[edit] ^ Saraskand-e Sofla can be found at GEOnet Names Server, at thisRead More →

Sheriff Stephen Wiley Brewer Farmstead U.S. National Register of Historic Places Show map of North Carolina Show map of the US Location 365 Thompson St., Pittsboro, North Carolina Coordinates 35°43′27″N 79°10′15″W / 35.72417°N 79.17083°W / 35.72417; -79.17083Coordinates: 35°43′27″N 79°10′15″W / 35.72417°N 79.17083°W / 35.72417; -79.17083 Area 25.1 acres (10.2 ha) Built c. 1887 (1887) Built by Nooe, Bennett; Hackney, Thomas Architectural style Queen Anne, Italianate MPS Pittsboro MRA NRHP Reference # 03000801[1] Added to NRHP August 21, 2003 Sheriff Stephen Wiley Brewer Farmstead, also known as the Regan Property, is a historic home and farm located at Pittsboro, Chatham County, North Carolina. The main house was built about 1887, andRead More →

This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (February 2007) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Scottish Jews Iùdhach ann an Alba יהודים סקוטיים Alfred Edersheim Esta Henry Emmanuel Lord Shinwell Sir Isaac Wolfson, FRS Charlotte Auerbach, FRS, FRSE Louis Rabinowitz Leonard Schapiro Dame Muriel Spark, DBE, CLit, FRSE, FRSL Ivor Cutler Eric Woolfson Sir Malcolm Rifkind, KCMG, QC Derek Shulman Mark Knopfler, OBE J. David Simons Rebecca Pidgeon Kevin Macdonald Total population 5,887 (according to 2011 census)[1] Regions with significant populations Newton Mearns,[2] Edinburgh,Read More →

Josiah Spode I (1733–1797) (N. Freese) Josiah Spode (23 March 1733 – 1797) was an English potter and the founder of the English Spode pottery works which became famous for the quality of its wares. He is often credited with the establishment of blue underglaze transfer printing in Staffordshire in 1781–84, and with the definition and introduction in c. 1789–91 of the improved formula for bone china (a form of soft-paste porcelain) which thereafter remained the standard for all English wares of this kind. Contents 1 Early life 2 Spode’s Works 3 Successors 4 See also 5 Notes 6 Sources 7 External links Early life[edit]Read More →

The Most Honourable Marquess of Queensberry Lord Queensberry, then Viscount Drumlanrig, during the First World War Scottish representative peer in the House of Lords In office 16 November 1922 – 10 May 1929 Personal details Born (1896-01-17)17 January 1896 Kingston upon Thames, Surrey Died 27 April 1954(1954-04-27) (aged 58) Folkestone, Kent Nationality  England Spouse(s) Irene Richards (m. 1917; div. 1925) Cathleen Mann (m. 1926; div. 1946) Muriel Thornett (m. 1946) Children Lady Patricia Sybil David Douglas, 12th Marquess of Queensberry Lady Jane Katherine Lord Gawain Archibald Parents Percy Douglas, 10th Marquess of Queensberry Anna Maria Walters Alma mater Royal Military Academy Sandhurst Religion Roman Catholic Awards 1914–15 Star British War Medal VictoryRead More →

King of Huainan (淮南王) was a noble title during the Han dynasty in China. It was created by Liu Bang, King of Han, later Emperor Gao of Han in 202 BC for Ying Bu (英布), former King of Jiujiang. Ying Bu rebelled against Emperor Gao of Han in 196 BC and was killed in action. The title of Prince of Huainan was later conferred upon several people, the earliest being Liu Zhang (劉長), the youngest son of Liu Bang. Since Huainan is a rich and important patch of territory, the Princes were invariably men of power and most met with untimely deaths because they eitherRead More →

1987–88 Algerian Cup Country  Algeria Defending champions USM El Harrach Champions USM Alger (secound title) Runners-up CR Belcourt ← 1986–87 1988–89 → The 1987–88 Algerian Cup was the 26th edition of the Algerian Cup. USM Alger won the Cup by defeating CR Belcourt 5-4 on penalties in the final, after the game ended 0-0. It was USM Alger secound Algerian Cup in its history. Contents 1 Round of 64 2 Round of 32 3 Round of 16 4 Quarter-finals 5 Semi-finals 6 Final 7 Champions 8 External links Round of 64[edit] This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. (October 2014) RoundRead More →